Intravenous nutrient infusions restore your energy, promote healing, and quickly treat nutritional deficiencies. Jonathan W. Singer, DO, and the team at HealthFirst take the time to evaluate your health and identify nutritional deficiencies so your infusion is customized to meet your needs and restore your health and vitality. To schedule an appointment, call one of the offices in Greenwood Village, Colorado, and Cheyenne, Wyoming, or use the online booking feature.
Intravenous (IV) nutrient infusion delivers the nutrients you need directly into your bloodstream. This method has two important benefits over oral supplements:
After swallowing an oral supplement, there’s a time lag before the nutrient gets into your bloodstream. It could take several hours for a nutritional supplement to be absorbed, depending on variables such as the health of your digestive tract, whether or not your stomach is full, and how well the tablet or capsule dissolves. By comparison, nutrients get into your bloodstream immediately with an IV infusion.
Nutritional supplements can encounter a variety of issues that block their absorption. For example, low stomach acid, a deficiency of digestive enzymes, and inflammatory bowel disease inhibit absorption. Bypassing these problems with an IV nutrient infusion ensures you receive the full therapeutic dose.
IV nutrient infusions are a great way to replenish vitamin and nutrient deficiencies so you can feel great and live your best life. You may also benefit from an IV infusion if you feel sluggish or worn out, and you need to boost your metabolism.
When you’re sick, injured, under stress, or you just had surgery, your body uses more nutrients than usual, putting you at risk for a deficiency. Your chances of having a nutrient deficiency are also higher when you’re involved in intense sports activities.
IV nutrition therapy effectively boosts your nutrient levels, which increases your energy and helps you heal more quickly.
IV nutrient infusions are often beneficial for cancer patients. During chemotherapy, you may develop a painful mouth condition that makes it hard to eat.
Additionally, your body needs an unusually large amount of nutrients to fight cancer and to withstand potent treatments.
Your infusion may contain any combination of vitamins, minerals, and other substances, depending on your health needs and nutritional deficiencies. The original infusion, the Myers’ cocktail, contains a mixture of magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, and the B vitamins.
Many premixed formulas are available that contain the nutrients needed to target a specific problem or treatment. For example, some help you detoxify while others contain nutrients to fight aging.
The team at HealthFirst has offered nutrient IV therapy to their patients for more than a decade. They always use the highest quality vitamin and mineral infusion ingredients on the market.
They also strive to keep their infusions preservative-free when possible, and they only use products subjected to a higher level of testing than most.
To learn more about how IV nutrient infusion may help you, call HealthFirst or schedule an appointment online.